We’ll never tire of seeing beautiful black and white weddings. Black tie weddings are classic, elegant, and absolutely timeless. Black looks wonderful on everyone, and a groom looks that much more handsome in a white dinner jacket. Keep reading to find out where the couple found inspiration for their wedding!

From the Couple:

The wedding day was planned with a modern & vintage look in mind. We really wanted to embrace the Edwardian aspects of the manor, but put our own inspirations to work to represent where both of us come from. This ranged from the music we chose, to the brides’ maid dresses/bridal dress, to the liquor we selected, the types of flowers on the stationary, and finally, to the overall vision we had in mind – everything tied back into who we are.

In addition to our personal representations, we had hand picked everything from the decanters for wine & table liquor, to hand crafting the table numbers, invitations, liquor menu, seat guide, hairpiece, and finally, to having a custom dress made. It was a lot of work to bring it together, but it meant a great deal that it came together the way we had envisioned it.

As for the day itself – it turned out to be wonderful weather in a normally rainy month of September. We could not have asked for more ideal circumstances, and it was a pleasure to have our wedding at such a gorgeous (and important) heritage building.

Photographer: Adrian Michael Photography | Florals: Bride and bridesmaids | Calligrapher: Bride | Hair Styling: Chandara Nhoeuk | Makeup: Sheila Pham | Paper Goods: DIY | Venue: The Hycroft, Vancouver BC | Rentals: Provided by Hycroft | Wedding Dress: Designed in collaboration by bride and friend Alison from Manuel Mendoza | Grooms Suit: Asos | Bridesmaid Dresses: Asos


Comments (3)

Whitney Huynh | Reply

This is sooo beautiful and classic! Good work!

Olivia | Reply

Loved the groom’s attire.

Filmmakers of London | Reply

What a beautiful wedding, some truly epic photos there too, excellent work